Vita Lerche (she/her)
Verbal notation, an approach to documenting performative events.
Visual notation, an approach to evidencing certain events.
Nothing Much interesting
Three hand bound books titled ‘Nothing Much Interesting’ have been placed in a local Waterstones bookshop
I. Travel alone to a bothy
Stay for 3 days
Bury all left over potatoes
II. Return 4 months later to harvest.
The image is an excerpt from ‘Bothy Systems’, to purchase the visual zine version (hand bound and cut by Vita Lerche) contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Four corners to a square
Four individuals use 15kg of salt to outline a square under live surveillance. A trace is left on a webcam database and is available to watch at windy.com
Edited by Vita Lerche, featuring Mashu Harada, Justinas Benikasas, Finn Rosenbaum, Maria Makarof and Vita Lerche. Recorded by John Whittle.
Original footage available at: https://on.windy.com/50og7
Approaching the potato battery
Seven individuals were invited to find and experience a battery constructed out of 80 potatoes in a disused tunnel.
Of those seven:
three arrived easily
three had to be lead
one ended up going to a strangers flat
Notations, blueprints, paintings. Each plotting different performative acts.
Notations, blueprints, scans. Each plotting the development of a potato battery.
Narrative diagrams, aspects of the event ‘nothing much interesting’.